Seizure disorders classification

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508033 tn?1211893077 Psychogenic seizure, Nonepileptic seizure, Pseudoseizure, Hysterical epilepsy, Hysteroepilepsy, Hysterical seizures, Conversion fits, Pseudo-attacks, Doxogenic seizures, Paroxysmal somatoform disorder. What is an appropriate non-prejudicial term for patients who have phenomena that resemble epileptic seizures but which are in reality psychogenically induced? This is an active area of debate in neuropsychiatry and epileptology.
Avatar f tn Yes, Benzodiazepines are infact used to treat epilepsy and other seizure disorders- however it is NOT an anti-/seizure convulsant based medication... It is actually considered a mild tranquilizer(sedative) that works by slowing down the central nervous system. Also, Benzodiazepine's are not the first choice for the treatment for seizure disorders. Studies have also shown that prolonged use of Benzodiazepine's in the long run for such disorders becomes less effective..
Avatar m tn ROUTINE EEG CLASSIFICATION: Dysrhythmia grade II, left temporal, wake and spontaneous drowsiness. COMPUTER-ASSISTED EEG INTERPRETATION: The routine electroencephalogram is abnormal showing low amplitude sharp waves from the left temporal region. This does not necessarily represent epilepsy buy may reflect cortical dysfunction either acquired or developmental in origin. The FFT analysis confirms subtle dysfunction in the left hemisphere.
192332 tn?1189759428 kolonopin is an anti-seizure medication often used to help various mood disorders, like severe anxiety. xanax is a bezodiazapene. may I be so bold to suggest that your biggest fear here should be the fact that both are highly addictive and could very well be the "gateway" meds that take you back to the type of using you've been working so hard to end?? just be careful, roof, seek out the experts, and remember, this is your life and you deserve the best. take good care.
1516809 tn?1345086364 Today, when I visited my father, I observed that my father experienced some type of seizure as they were taking him for an MRI. I think this new neurologist is missing the boat, and I need to bring in another. The primary is hoping that the MRI will find something which in turn can change his admittance status. In the meantime, the primary reiterated again today that it was the hospital that changed the admittance status of my father.
Avatar n tn However, be that as it may, he offered me no diagnosis, and told me that what I was experiencing did not fit into any known neurological classification. In the intervening years I have continued to experience these debilitating episodes and have noticed that they only occur during the spring and summer when I take an antihistamine for my allergies.
Avatar f tn Sandee is correct that Neurontin (Gabapentin) can cause eye movement disorders as most drugs in this classification are capable of producing. However that is very different from the difference in pupil size or unequal dilation. Amblyopia does not refer to the size of the pupils. Amblyopia is more commonly know as a lazy eye.
Avatar n tn 99-1rst time back to him for severe migraine lasting mth. he said these are migraines of the seizure family and suggested seizure meds again. but w/nursing little one, he said he totally understood not wanting to take that just yet. *No, haven't had MRA or CSF. no spinal tests done. Here's tests i just found for ya of ANA: 11/96- SM antibody, RNP antibody, Sjogren's antibody, Rheumatoid Factor, DNA antibody (native) all negative. The postive tests (11/96) dr.
Avatar f tn She hadnt had an episode for 7yrs and out of no where had a seizure so i do know what its like.What im saying is marijuana may Ease the problem but it dose not fully cure it.
1917408 tn?1421955640 The diagnosis is based on published criteria using International Classification of Sleep Disorders or the DSM IV-TR which in my opinion should not be used, as there are too many errors and gaps. A revised edition will be available sometime in 2013, but the ICSD is the golden standard and this should be the only choice!
748543 tn?1463449675 People who have a poorly aligned bite or missing teeth can have related problems, such as frequent headaches or Sleep disorders, because their Jaw muscles must work harder to bring the teeth together, straining the surrounding muscles." a simple Google search for TMD would have provided this author with a wealth of informative sources regarding her subject. I, as most responsible medical professionals, believe in using the most conservative successful form of treatment.
190559 tn?1280615967 The treatment forces your body into a grand mal seizure and can affect memory, cognitive function, and learning in the short term. Our daughter has displayed symptoms of both mild hyperthyroid and extreme hypothyroid states over the past several months, sometimes even fluctuating over a few hours or days. This fluctuation has also shown up on thyroid blood tests both in Philadelphia and Milwaukee, but so far she has not had a full thyroid panel done.
Avatar n tn I am not quite sure how the urine work but when they did a urine on me I read the requisition and and it did not show the names fo the drugs pr se but it did specify the classification of drus known as the benzodiazepenes....which is the class that klonopin and valium fall under they are both benzos...it could very well be that the klonopin is showing up and being mistaken for the valium...I am however just guessing..maybe Thomas can help you with more...he is pretty knowledgeable...
Avatar n tn headaches, nausea, vertigo, insomnia, numbness, blurred vision, blindness and other eye problems, memory loss, slurred speech, depression, personality changes, hyperactivity, stomach disorders, seizures, skin lesions, rashes, anxiety attacks, muscle cramping and joint pain, loss of energy, symptoms mimicking heart attacks, hearing loss and ear ringing, and loss or change of taste.
Avatar n tn headaches, nausea, vertigo, insomnia, numbness, blurred vision, blindness and other eye problems, memory loss, slurred speech, depression, personality changes, hyperactivity, stomach disorders, seizures, skin lesions, rashes, anxiety attacks, muscle cramping and joint pain, loss of energy, symptoms mimicking heart attacks, hearing loss and ear ringing, and loss or change of taste.
451975 tn?1372332199 This is of course given that you had a thorough assessment and other causes like a transient ischemic attack and other cerebrovascular disorders have been ruled out. It is important to note that basilar, complex,ophthalmic or vestibular migraines are only given as a diagnosis when other conditions including blood and cardiac disorders have been ruled out.Discuss this with your physician and keep us posted regarding his/her advice.
2065348 tn?1331078807 Like most people the world wide web quickly produced a name for how i was feeling, and the classification instantly reassured me. Unfortunately it affected my work and I was forced to leave London and return to my home country of South Africa to live with my parents at the ripe old age of 25. Since returning, my symptoms have subsided a little, through talking to friends and family and I think seeing a therapist is definitely on the cards.
Avatar f tn He is in constant pain with headaches, lower backaches and can't even remember conversations. He suffers with eating disorders and has lost a lot of weight. No one seems to be able to get the pain under control. He still lives independently but has been approved for a caregiver. I am not sure if he should be in a home care environment or how to help him with his pain. Any ideas. He is currently in the hospital and being checked out by a neurologist at barrow's so we hope for thebest.
Avatar n tn on this issue because she does not specialize in blood disorders; so I had to do some research myself before I could see a specialist. From my research I found out that BT Minor causes mild anemia which leads to fatigue, therefore yes, it does have symptoms. My question to all of you out there....my husband and I plan to get pregnant next year, do any of you know if Beta Thalassemia causes any complications during pregnancy or to the child?